90 Percent Degree Project (MA Thesis) Seminar 8 Nov

by Anders Hög Hansen on October 31, 2012

in Seminars

You are welcome to attend (online via the course sites, not the portal) the 90 Percent Degree Project Seminar on Communication for Development.
It takes place Thursday 8 Nov 2012 09.00-14.00 (Swedish time)

The 90 Percent seminar is the last seminar event on the final course on ComDev. A future examiner (feedback lecturer) gives oral feedback on a nearly completed Degree Project/thesis and a fellow student act as peer reviewer. Then the student works for 3 weeks more before handing in a final 100 percent version for written assessment and grading.

Program (all times Swedish)

09.00 Jwani Jube. ICTs and Anti-Corruption. Assessing the Potential of Biometric Technology in Fighting the Ghost Worker Corruption Scheme in Tanzania’s Public Sector
(Supervisor: Ylva Ekström ). Student commenter/Peer review: Ronald Luyera.
Feedback lecturer: Norbert Wildermuth

10.00 Velma Kiome. African Languages and Development: Kiswahili for Collective Memory and Collective Future in East Africa (Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda)
(Supervisors: Anders Høg Hansen and Julia Velkova). Student commenter/Peer review: Jwani Jube.
Feedback lecturer: Jakob Dittmar

11.00 Ronald Luyera. ICTs for Health Communication in Africa: A Study of the ICT for Medical Community Empowerment (ICT4MPOWER) Project in Uganda, 2009- 2012
Student commenter: Nicholine Musi.
Feedback lecturer: Ylva Ekström

Lunch break 12.00-13.00

13.00 Nicholine Musi. Securing the Cameroonian Rural Woman’s Land Rights Through ICTs; The Case Study of Mbalangi in the South West Region of Cameroon
(Supervisor: Ylva Ekström). Student commenter/Peer review: Velma Kiome.
Feedback lecturer: Anders Høg Hansen


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